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On Friday, we asked you: What’s your favorite memory from attending a Chicago music festival? Here’s what some of you said…
“Walking up and down the south side of Navy Pier during ChicagoFest. You could see many different genres of music all in one day.” — Randy Volz
“Chicagofest on Navy Pier at the Blues ‘n’ Bud Stage the year that Muddy Waters, Koko Taylor, Lonnie Brooks, Son Seals, Willie Dixon, and Mighty Joe Young all performed. The pier, the music, the Chicago skyline, the festival atmosphere … it was so, so fantastic.” — James Plath
“Watching Chuck Berry and Keith Richard jam together at Blues Fest for free. I’m not sure it gets better than that.” — Brian Horan
“Standing in a downpour watching Buddy Guy play ‘It Feels Like Rain.’ Awesome.” — Nick Quintana
“Robert Plant came on for some songs with Los Lobos in Grant Park.” — Dorie R. Felsher
“Singing along in a packed Wrigley Field with Paul McCartney in 2011; everyone knew the words to all of his songs.” — Rich Garling
“Use to love going to the taste with all the great free music. Village People, KC and the Sunshine Band. Those were the days.” — Susan Corey